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Anyone aware of woman-centric logos for basketball? the only two I came up with were the Tenn Lady Vols and the La Tech Lady Techsters. 

 

 

Kenny  

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Nice work on Georgia, I missed that one...I can tell by the views that NCAA women's hoops brings out the passion on this board, lol 

 

Thanks again! 

Kenny 

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12 hours ago, Scrumptious Ham said:

Maybe I'm getting too pc these days, but I feel adding "lady" is unnecessary and kind of sexist.

I personally don’t find it necessarily sexist, but like what about a, for example, Razorback, means its male and you have to put lady in front of it? I mean FSU is understandable. But why lady volunteers, lady bears, lady techsters

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Every once in a while Cal will play Baylor and I get a little chuckle over "Bears vs. Lady Bears"

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Not NCAA but USports, the men's teams at the school I go to are the Golden Bears and the women's teams are the Pandas. Golden Bears was adopted in 1935 and then the women's teams switched to Pandas in 1945. I can't seem to find anything relating to why the name was changed.

 

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We also have two mascots, a bear for the men's games and a panda for the women's.

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On 2/15/2019 at 1:49 AM, ShlyKBMT said:

Arkansas Lady Razorbacks 

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On 2/15/2019 at 4:44 AM, Mingjai said:

Here’s the aforementioned Louisiana Tech Lady Techsters logo:

 

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Interesting that these all use a very similar font.

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On 2/15/2019 at 10:31 PM, Scrumptious Ham said:

Maybe I'm getting too pc these days, but I feel adding "lady" is unnecessary and kind of sexist.


I look at it as a way for the women to own their own brand.  Especially in instances like Tennessee and Louisiana Tech where the women's program can boast more historical success than the men.

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